well, because they have a flat base and makes you able to keep a straight line. Normal plunge routers have a round base which makes it difficult.ryanb said:There probably is. But why do you say you need a trim router? Might be easier, but definitely not necessary.
Neither LGM nor EKG are currently taking custom jobs on, I think if i get it right, they are both finishing up projects on order, EKG finishing up for re-tooling, and LGM is concentrating on the Leviathan range.guitarist for hire said:look at the advertisements up top, most of them will do claws for your guitars.
I think that ATD only does complete custom bodies.Jem7RB MK said:Without naming names, I know of at least one guy stateside whom is a regular contributor here, But have no idea if he'll take it on due to advertising and stepping on people feet etc. Do a web search, Unsure if ATD do it tho
They are busy as hell, I am waiting for my body still.Hobophobic said:Speaking of ATD, does anybody know for sure if they're currently accepting work? I'm talking about their standard work. I've emailed them a couple times over the past 2 or 3 weeks and haven't recieved a response. I'm not in an immediate hurry but would like to know if they're an option for the near future.
Thanks and sorry for going slightly off topic.